from: BBC News Due to an eating disorder, a specific type of crisp is one of the few things Ava, four, will eat.
Mako was forced to give up her titles when she married her “commoner” husband last month. from: BBC News
from: BBC News More than 30 people were expected to be on the flight but many were granted a legal reprieve.
from: BBC News Brenda Devine, from Greysteel, has not been able to go home for months due to a shortage of carers.
The blaze, in a hospital in central India on Monday night, was the latest in a series of deadly fires at health care centers in recent months. From: New York Times
A gang shootout near the Mexican resort has left two suspected drug dealers dead, prosecutors say. from: BBC News
US President Joe Biden says “we got a lot done” after attending the first days of the summit.
Doreen Lofthouse donates her fortune to a charity that strives to develop her hometown Fleetwood. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The presenter’s final guest will be Kate Garraway, who will then take over hosting duties.
Manager Steve Bruce leaves Newcastle United by mutual consent just 13 days after the Saudi Arabia-backed £305m takeover of the Premier League side was completed. from: BBC News
The Manchester Arena bomber’s brother Ismail Abedi has been ordered to appear as a witness.
Watkins, who became the first female Wiggle, wants to devote time to family and studies. from: BBC News
The country hit 1,000 deaths in a 24-hour period for the first time since the pandemic began, reflecting the risks of having a low vaccination rate. From: New York Times
France, among other countries, does not recognise the president‘s claim to a sixth term. from: BBC News
As the country went on alert, the police scrambled to investigate an attack in a town 50 miles outside Oslo. From: New York Times
Aman Khalili had asked Joe Biden for help 13 years after he rescued the then-senator from a storm. from: BBC News
Chancellor Sebastian Kurz was young, adept at social media and unafraid to borrow from populists, but in his downfall, some see “the collapse of a new narrative” for European conservatives. From: New York Times
from: BBC News Chairman Ian Watmore leaves the England and Wales Cricket Board only 13 months into a five-year term.
Red Bull and Honda will continue to work together on a number of levels following the Japanese company’s withdrawal from Formula 1 this year. from: BBC News
from: BBC News The new method of removing leaves from tracks will be trialled across northern England in the coming weeks.